How can one begin to speculate on the negotitation between commercialism and design? To what extent can architecture and design begin to address commercial trends and mass production? These and other questions are central to Servo's investigations into urban inhabitation and development in the 21st Century
"TUESDAY JUNE 6, 2000 – FRIDAY AUGUST 4, 2000
Since its formation in 1999, the collaborative architecture network Servo concentrated on the development of “system lines”, three of which were exhibited at Storefront: ""Cloudline, Speeline and Nurbline."" The exhibition aimed to illustrate the practical application of these lines at various scales, ranging from domestic products to architectural and urban systems, as well as Servo’s investigations into urban inhabitation and development in the 21st century."
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